Hill Top Hotel
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... a brick. But there was little else to do so I acquiesced and we walked a handful of minutes to the beach-front. It wasn't as good as any given beach in Western Australia.
The flea market was draped about the remnants of the tourist town like the shawls being sold. We were hounded by offers, “Everything RS100!” and “Last market!” There was desperation in the thick, wet air. My companions seemed gripped by the fear of missing a good deal ...
... We also did a yoga class here that lasted an hour and a half and stretched our bodies In ways I didn't think was possible. I've never sweated so much in my life and my body has only just recovered writing this days later. The girls felt energised by yoga and are keen to try it again. I will stick to my running! We left Goa on another night bus this time heading for Mumbai ready for Holi festival. -Sorry for the long entry. They won't all be like this. Goa was one busy ...
... way. I have also felt comfortable eating alone in a restaurant or going to places. The nice thing about solo travel is you can set your own agenda, balance social activity with quiet time and develop confidence in managing your environment . The flip side of this is not having someone to share your daily experiences. For a yoga journey, I think it is ideal to go alone to have the time for reading, practice ...
Beki stayed in bed while I went for a bit of a walk down the beach. Then afterwards I went back and we went out for breakfast to a cafe called orange boom, which was very nice! Afterwards we headed for the flee market, it was on every Wednesday, pretty hectic though, everyone wanting to sell you something at the best price. I got a kingfisher vest Beki got ...
... got to our room next door to us were a couple from the UK and we got chatting with them. (Rory and Vic) They had already made friends with a few other staying at the hostel also and intruduced us to them. (Sean, Dan and Palaka) That night we went out for some food at the beach front with the gang and had some amazing prawns for just 400 rs (£4) that came with a lovely salad and chips! Yuumm. After food we watched the sunset with drinks and let the night pass ...
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